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More than a dozen counties could lose electricity as the struggling utility tries to keep its equipment from sparking wildfires. Psychologist barred after he groped and rubbed himself on female patient with learning difficulties. A Victorian psychologist who was 'looking for a wife' and touched up a female patient with a cognitive impairment more than a decade ago has been banned from practice. The new form of football taking the world by storm. Teqball is the latest sporting craze taking the world by storm, so much so that football legend Ronaldinho is a self-confessed addict. For the Yankees, Good Is Not Good Enough in the Age of the Astros. The 2010s will end without a pennant for the Yankees, the first time that has happened since the 1910s. Sweaty Betty sells a pair of 75 leggings every minute in the UK. Women's upmarket sportswear retailer Sweaty Betty has credited its 'bum-sculpting' leggings for a jump in UK sales. Rat-eating macaques could boost palm oil sustainability in Malaysia. Monkeys in Malaysia have been found to eat rats in such great quantities they could replace chemical pest control on palm oil plantations.

Yes, Were Pregnant! Oxbows Dam and Sire Expecting Another Foal. The dam Tizamazing and the sire Awesome Again have produced four winning racehorses, including the Preakness champion Oxbow. Is a tough property market the best time to buy? This is Money podcast. The best time to get a good deal on buying something is when other people don't want to. That should theoretically make now a decent time to try to buy a property, but will that work in practice? Britons are happier and less anxious despite the Brexit crisis. In the year to March, anxiety ratings (left) fell as happiness leapt across the UK. And since the first happiness scores were calculated in 2013, life satisfaction has gone up by 3.4 per cent. What inspired it and why is it worth so much? HARRY MOUNT cracks code of da Vinci's 860m man. A total of 140 works by the greatest artist - who perhaps also possessed the greatest mind - in history were being brought together to commemorate the 500th anniversary of his death in 1519. Frequent drinking is 'a bigger risk to health than binge drinking', study claims. Researchers in South Korea studied drinking habits of almost 10million people. The number of times a person drank over the week raised risk of atrial fibrillation - which can cause stroke. When the Urge to Write Is a Life Sentence. Ahmet Altan, author of the new book I Will Never See the World Again, has been imprisoned for life. Im being treated for a brain tumor. Were both determined to keep going. Facebook Finds New Disinformation Campaigns and Braces for 2020 Torrent. The company also announced several new steps to reduce the spread of false information, including an effort to label posts from state-sponsored media. Derby captain Richard Keogh pictured on crutches for the first time since horror crash. Derby County captain Richard Keogh (left) has been pictured on crutches for the first time since being involved in a horror car crash that could have ended his career. Clean getaway Meat waste joins biofuels at luxury jet show. At the world's biggest industry show in Las Vegas luxury jets are luring buyers with their sleek silhouettes, plush cabins - and increasingly, their use of alternative fuels. Will there be a general election before Christmas? Britain's fate is in the hands of the European Union as Boris Johnson waits for the bloc to decide how long to delay Brexit. The Week in Tech Amazon Muscles In on Seattle Election. The hometown tech giant has contributed more than $1.4 million this year to influence City Council races. US Air Force acquires a new anti-drone laser that can fire 'a nearly infinite number of shots'. Raytheon has delivered an experimental new anti-drone weapon to the Air Force. The weapon will now be put through a year of testing overseas before finally being ready for live use on the battlefield. Woodford Patient Capital trust shares rocket 30% Schroders takes over. Woodford's name will be removed from his trust, which was launched to much fanfare, and it will be rebranded as the Schroder UK Public Private Trust.

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